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Walt Disney World Releases Park Hours For the Dates of July 18 – 24

Are you heading to Walt Disney World from July 18th – July 24th? Well it’s time to start planning! Walt Disney World has officially released hours for all four of its parks for those dates.

These are the dates through  July 17

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is currently scheduled to be open 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM from July 18 to July 24. The night hours are great for people who want to have a sit down dinner after a day at the park!


Guests will be able to eat or drink around the world between 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM from July 18 to July 24.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Hollywood Studios will be open less hours than the above two. It is scheduled to be open 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM from July 18 to July 24.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney’s Animal Kingdom opens and closes early.  The park is scheduled to be open 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM from July 18 to July 24.

Are you planning a trip to Walt Disney World this summer? And if so, what theme parks are you visiting? Let us know the comments section. 

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Elena Blanco
Elena Blanco
1 year ago

Great!! And the lights show will be available too??


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